Nvidia driver ready for Windows 10 1809?

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  1. Alberto

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    Today I'll do a clean install of Windows 10 RS5, and I'm wondering when Nvidia will release the compatible driver for.

    Thanks
     
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    No problem with 411.70 so far.
    Firestrike score is down a bit but surprisingly it hasn't shown in gameplay.
    Watch Dogs 2 in 4K run was excellent.
     
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  3. chispy

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    Use the latest nvidia whql 411.70 , i installed those and not a single problem so far , i gamed a bit and watch videos no problems with it and windows 1809.
     
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    Yeah, I will do clean re-install too. Upgrade went somehow suspicious and I got one software turned into crashing state. I'm going to install LTSC as I'm fed of MS bloatware.
     
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  5. Alberto

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    Yes but isn't optimized for WDDM 2.5 :rolleyes:
     
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    We don't even know what WDDM 2.5 adds so we can't really say that WDDM 2.4 drivers aren't optimized for it.
     
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    That fire strike 200points difference come and goes driver to driver.. I get that too by GPU score sometimes.. older 399 was ok new 411.xx had this again, before that it was some 396 that had lower again..

    I wouldn't worry about that, btw that's maybe 0.5fps difference at best.




    What I worry about is Quake champions randomly crashing to desktop, happens with both 411 so far.. 39x.xx was ok.
     
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    Dude you are talking like you will install one driver and never change it. 411.70 works well. Just clean it with DDU once you need a new driver. Problem solved
     
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    I have a GTX 1080 from MSI
    just updated to 1809 and i'm getting a comparability error on the international windows 10 64bit installer for 411.70 - i did DDU in safe-mode as well.
    image of error message:
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    1. updated to 1809
    2. restarted
    3. restarted into safe-mode
    4. ran DDU 18.0.0.1
    5. restarted into normal mode
    6. ran clean driver installer 411.70
    partial install - nvida control panel will not open, no error message, no task
    7. restarted into safe-mode
    8. ran DDU 18.0.0.1
    9. restarted into normal mode
    10. ran normal NVIDIA win 10 64bit installer
    11. comparability error.
     
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  10. windrunnerxj

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    Did a clean install of this OS build (Win10 Pro) and 411.70 drivers, no issues so far.
    I had my internet disconnected during the Windows installation phase until I manually installed 411 drivers, so that OS wouldn't download its own drivers and I won't have to use DDU for a clean install.
     

  11. Alberto

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    Have you seen that my question wasn't useless?:rolleyes:
     
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    yeah, i had to revert back to the previous BUILD of Windows 10 in order to install. so it's the WDDM 2.5 that caused this issue.
     
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    Can RTX be used without enabling development mode now? I thought public support for DXR was tied to WDDM 2.5.


    I pushed the update on both my older rigs, Fermi and HD 5670(WDDM 1.3), haven't noticed any issues
     
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    i've had no problems with either 1070 or 1080ti with both Nvidia's and Intel's latest update.

    the update from last month from Nvidia was way more problematic than Microsoft's.
     
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    I updated video driver was gone ? had to reinstall 411.70 all working fine.
     
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    the probability that something brakes again with new wddm is nearly by 100%.
    driver with wddm 2.5 support should start by 413.xx
     
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    I hope earlier :rolleyes::(
     
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    gonig from 399.xx to 411.xx was how long ? ;)
     

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